Brighten up your flower garden with these powerful garden pollinators! Pollinators like the ones featured will attract the bees to your garden for better pollination and a brighter garden! Check out these flower garden pollinators!
Butterfly Bush is gorgeous and gets it’s name because it’s commonly covered in a variety of butterflies. This plant does the best in grow zones 5-9, and does best when paired with Mexican sunflower.
Grow this powerful flower garden pollinator in an area of full sun, and make sure the soil is well-draining! Expect this beauty to bloom in the late summer.
The aster plant is a late blooming flower that provides pollen to butterflies and bees. They come in a variety of colors from white, purple, pink, or red. Pair an aster plant with bloody geranium for a cool contrast.
Lantana is a versatile plant that grows well in a flower bed and along a flower plant. However, Lantana doesn’t grow well in many areas. Lantana should be grown in zone 10, but can do well as low as zone 9 if properly cared for.
Looking for an exotic flower that does wonders for pollination? Try passionflower! It’s a vine, so expect these exotics to grow upwards of at least 10 feet. It’s a plant great for butterflies, as well!
I’ve seen these growing all over the place in my native hometown in Utah! Enjoy purple (or pink) blossoms that bloom in the summer and stick around to late fall. This plant is easy to care for, and can be grown in virtually any area of your flower garden.
Black Eyed Susan loves areas of full sun and well-draining soil, gardeners can even use them as cut flowers because they are stunning in a bouquet! Black eyed Susan likes to be paired with purple coneflower.
Add texture to your garden with a fennel plant. Known for it’s dark green foliage, this lush green plant attracts butterflies and pollinators alike!
This bright perennial plant actually won a few awards for it’s bright yellow flowers and lush green foliage. Expect to see the foliage (and the flowers!) around all summer long! This plant will probably grow to be about 18 inches tall!
One of my favorites on this list, Zinnia plants come in a variety of different colors like pink, yellow, and red. Perfect for beginner gardeners, as well as experts, Zinnia is a great addition to any garden! Grow with fennel.
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